Cyber Safety Quiz
As I travel through social media, information I should never give out to someone I meet online is
The names of my favorite books and movies.
The name of my pet.
Real name, address, telephone number, the school I attend, or my photograph.
On my Facebook page, I should not have the following information posted on my profile:
Address, Phone Number, School I Attend
If someone sends me an inappropriate message/material, I should
Reply to the message and ask the sender to stop sending me messages.
Never reply to these messages and tell my parents, so that they can notify our online service provider.
Keep it a secret.
If someone I meet online asks me to keep things a secret from my parents, I should
Tell everyone I know, because it's hard for me to keep a secret.
Keep the secret because they are my “friend."
Tell my parents, because no one should ever ask me to keep secrets from my parents.
As I use social media, I should never
Agree to meet someone in person who I have met online.
Use the Internet to help me with my homework.
Take a break and have a snack.
I'm visiting a site from a company that I've heard of. They want my name and phone number so I can enter a contest. Is it OK to enter?
My parents' and I have established rules as to what I can do on the Internet when I'm home, but I'm at a friend's house. Should I go by my parents' rules or do whatever my friend does?
Do what you want, your parents do not know
Follow your parents’ rules
Follow your parents’ rules and any additional rules your friend’s parents have set
I'm online and I get a message from my Internet service provider asking for my password. They say they need it to fix my account. Should I give it to them?
Phishing is when someone tries to pretend they are someone else and ask for or manipulate you into giving your personal information. They may also act like they are someone else on line in order to try to convince you to meet them.
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